Mercy (not her real name) and her grandmother, share their new insecticide treated bed net. Sleeping under an insecticide treated net every day during malaria season has kept Mercy and her grandma malaria free. Mercy is not scared of falling sick with malaria anymore as she has a bed net. Since receiving nets, no one in the family has been sick from malaria.
Women & Children's Health
Thank you! The Power of Love team along with the beneficiary families, would like to say a “big thank you” for your continued support. Your support has resulted in lowering the incidence of malaria, improved health, higher school attendance, and economic stability in high transmission communities in Zambia.
Jas is a 15-year-old who is being cared for by her mom. She lost her dad when she was eight. Her mom cares for her, her brother, her grandmother, and three orphaned step siblings (there are 12 people in her household). They live with her grandma in a 4-room house which has no electricity or water.
Thank you! The Power of Love team and our Zambian families are grateful for your support. Your continued caring over the last several years has resulted in a community of healthy, well-informed children, and families self-reliant in taking care of their health.
Dear Friend: Happy Holidays!
Thank you for making the world a better place. Please take a moment to listen to this popular Zambian song. Hope you enjoy it as much as we did.
Sending you a giant wave of love for the holiday season and for 2022.
Your friends at the Power of Love Foundation
Dear Power of Love Friend: Happy December! 2021 was a year full of achievements for children and families enrolled in our programs in Zambia and India. We are proud of our ground teams who devised innovative ways to continue to provide food, medicines, PPE, mosquito bed nets, training in business, COVID education, counseling, and health monitoring during the pandemic. We are proud of the
Innovations to the COVID Workshops
Need for a Comprehensive HIV Care Program
Dear Power of Love Friend: Greetings! We are dancing with joy as we now have a WHO approved vaccine for malaria. According to the WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, this "changes the course of public health history".